Prior to Sidewalk, Bob worked as a personal assistant to an award-winning journalist and stand-up comedian, encaustic painter, off-Broadway writer/producer and a "mommy rocker"/singing innkeeper.
He is a recipient of the Jim Henson Award for Projects Related to Puppetry and, as a photographer, his work has been published by The New York Times, Star Magazine, New York Post and more. Several of his images are featured in a permanent exhibit, “The Smile Experience” at the Smithsonian affiliated museum, The National Museum of Dentistry, in Baltimore.
For fun, Bob is working on adapting one of his plays, "Attack of the Vampire Pigs," into an illustrated children's book.
He was born and raised in Rhode Island but has lived and worked in Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Maryland, New Hampshire and Indiana. He currently resides in New York City.